Service Champion (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – July 12, 2015
It's a basic fast food place job. Nothing too special. Read the pros and cons for something more in depth. Taking orders, cleaning, I mean a lot of cleaning. Bathrooms, floors tables, sometimes outside.
50% most breaks. With the more lenient supervisiors you'll get small free lucnhes, breaks without clocking out and some interesting conversations between the employees.
Maximum break is 30 minutes, customer service jobs are this level are always stressful. The people are rushed, so they are rushing you. Every little thing is timed and gives you very little room to breath.
Driver (Former Employee) – Inwood, WV – May 27, 2016
Working for Pizza Hut was a good experience. The team there is like a family, the management was understanding to hours of the employees. The thing I loved about working there was the customers, the regulars became like a family to you.
Shift Manager, Driver (Current Employee) – Hollywood, CA – May 26, 2016
first thing I do when I get to work is count the safe, do food safety check list and answer phone calls. As a shift manager I have to follow up a lot on the employee and make sure everyone is helping out and making the store run smoothly. You must be very patient in order to work with customer because you will receive lots of angry customers.
Loved working there. Everyone was communicating, there was never a dull moment at work. The people there are very friendly. All the pay was 5.50 an hour, it was worth it due to the atmosphere and tips.
never had time off unless you requested. not very friendly co worker. people were not responsible. didn't pay enough and really didn't support the fact that i was going to school and leaving a minimum wage job with not befits to better my self and to better my life.
Team Member/Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – GA – May 25, 2016
They always ask for more no matter how good of a job you do. You could be the best worker they have ever seen and you still wouldnt be good enough. The best way to advance in Pizza Hut is to give up your life and and kiss the rear of the GM. On your days off they will call you in and cut your hours next week if you dont show up.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Fountain, CO – May 25, 2016
Pizza Hut allowed me to break out my shell when it came to customer service. As a person that used to very shy and was terrified of even speaking on the phone, it really helped me be more social and provide customers with a better experience. My coworkers are really nice but the management could really be better.
Cook (Former Employee) – Bardstown, KY 40004 – May 24, 2016
Some days will be long, only when you're busy but that's anywhere. I learned to be social and make new friends. the management couldn't get any better. Your co-workers are friendly. The hardest part of the job is to remember what pizzas go where even though the ticket is in front of your face. Talking to co-workers.
Server (Former Employee) – Great Falls, MT – May 24, 2016
My manager was absolutely amazing. She worked well with my school schedule and I was able to keep my job during school months and go home for the summer. The Pizza Hut team are wonderful people especially the entire management team.